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A Review of “Libraries for Users: Services in Academic Libraries”

A Review of “Libraries for Users: Services in Academic Libraries” 194 Reviews and Remarks relevant in evaluating a license. A sample question: “Does the license require the licensee to monitor use of the licensed content by authorized users?” (p. 658). Two detailed indices complete the book, one an index of court cases referenced in the work and the endnotes, and the other a subject index that also covers the text and the endnotes. This book comes with a hefty $125.00 price tag, but the information it contains is extremely valuable. The author is knowledgeable and widely published in the fields of copyright and education. This venture into licensing is bold and comprehensive and will serve as the definitive treatment of licensing for library professionals. It is recommended for students enrolled in library science courses in licensing and for librarians involved in licensing resources. Reviewed by Sarah E. McCleskey Head of Access Services Hofstra University E-mail: Sarah .E.McCleskey@hofstra.edu Alvite, L., and Barrionuevo, L. (2011). Libraries for Users: Services in Academic Libraries. Oxford, England: Chandos Publishing. In this book, Luisa Alvite and Leticia Barrionuevo describe a number of contemporary academic library services and resources and provide practical guidelines on how to implement, market, and assess these on the local level. Getting http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal Of Access Services Taylor & Francis

A Review of “Libraries for Users: Services in Academic Libraries”

Journal Of Access Services , Volume 10 (3): 2 – Jul 1, 2013
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Taylor & Francis
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Copyright Taylor & Francis Group, LLC
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1536-7975
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1536-7967
DOI
10.1080/15367967.2013.796254
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194 Reviews and Remarks relevant in evaluating a license. A sample question: “Does the license require the licensee to monitor use of the licensed content by authorized users?” (p. 658). Two detailed indices complete the book, one an index of court cases referenced in the work and the endnotes, and the other a subject index that also covers the text and the endnotes. This book comes with a hefty $125.00 price tag, but the information it contains is extremely valuable. The author is knowledgeable and widely published in the fields of copyright and education. This venture into licensing is bold and comprehensive and will serve as the definitive treatment of licensing for library professionals. It is recommended for students enrolled in library science courses in licensing and for librarians involved in licensing resources. Reviewed by Sarah E. McCleskey Head of Access Services Hofstra University E-mail: Sarah .E.McCleskey@hofstra.edu Alvite, L., and Barrionuevo, L. (2011). Libraries for Users: Services in Academic Libraries. Oxford, England: Chandos Publishing. In this book, Luisa Alvite and Leticia Barrionuevo describe a number of contemporary academic library services and resources and provide practical guidelines on how to implement, market, and assess these on the local level. Getting

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Published: Jul 1, 2013

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